Contributions to this fund will support local nonprofits who provide suicide prevention and training programs.
Turning a personal tragedy into a way to help others, Aaron Davis Broadaway’s grandparents created this fund to raise awareness for the alarming number of suicides that occur each year. They want to educate people to pay attention to this critical mental health issue, and they want to provide support to local nonprofits to help those in need to prevent this tragedy from happening to other families.
During his life, Aaron often spent time in the Keys visiting his grandparents and volunteering with his grandfather, Billy Davis, to help several local nonprofits and serve others.
“Many people knew Aaron and he was part of the fabric of this community,” says Billy. Setting up the fund was a way to make a difference.
Others who have gone through this experience may be able to help so that the fund can provide support to local nonprofits for suicide prevention programs and training and aid those at risk. Creating a fund to benefit others is a way to make Aaron’s memory live on and assist those in need here in Monroe County. “Helping others is the best way to honor him,” says Billy.
You may make an online donation on this page (click button at top). If you are making a donation by check, please send to the CFFK office, 300 Southard St., Suite 201, Key West, FL 33040. Note in the Memo field that this donation is for the Aaron Davis Broadaway Suicide Prevention Fund.
You may also make gifts to this fund by stock, wire transfer, real estate, and more. Please click here for instructions.
If you are interested in leaving a legacy gift to the Aaron Davis Broadaway Suicide Prevention Fund through your will or estate plan, please contact CFFK at (305) 292-1502 or email here.
Thank you for your generosity.
The Community Foundation of the Florida Keys manages over 160 funds and endowments throughout the Keys and is a 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit (EIN #65-0648968). Since 1996, the Community Foundation has been helping individuals and families leave a legacy in the Keys by inspiring giving and by investing in people and solutions to benefit every resident from Key Largo to Key West. Over $32 million in grants have been made to student scholarships, arts and culture, beautification and preservation of the Keys, health and human services, hurricane relief, and youth programs. The Community Foundation, In Paradise For Good, celebrated its 25th year in 2021. CFFK is known for its signature “Unsung Heroes” event which honors nonprofit volunteers. For more information, call (305) 292-1502 or click here.